Grandson of Hall of Famer won’t let cerebral palsy stop playing career
The last time Josh Reddick played at Oakland's Coliseum, he had a feeling of what was to come. The date was July 24, eight days before last year's trade deadline, and because he sensed it might be his final home game as a member of the Athletics, the veteran right fielder treated it as such.
Jose Altuve is back to being Jose Altuve again, and the rest of the Astros' offense is following suit.
Houston Astros shortstop Carlos Correa isn’t interested in signing a long-term deal at this point in his career, according to his agent.
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The Blue Jays were supposed to make a playoff run, and they’re 1-8. The Diamondbacks won 69 games last year, and they have the best record in baseball. We’re not even two weeks in, but some teams have already given themselves a cushion, while others have started digging a hole.
A quick note on the early injury front: the Giants are optimistic as Posey begins workouts, while Toronto fans hold their collective breath as a rough start to the season just got worse with Josh Donaldson leaving Thursday’s game with an apparent calf injury.